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EXHIBIT THE UNITED STATES COURT APPEALS 
FOR THE DISTRICT COLUMBIA CIRCUIT 

Division (94-1) for the Purpose 
Appointing Independent Counsels THE DEATH VINCENT FOSTER, JR., THE OFFICE !NDEPENDENT COUNSEL MADISON GUARANTY SAVINGS LOAN ASSOCIATION 
investigators. The 
experts included Dr. Brian Blackbourne, 
Dr. Henry Lee, and Dr. Alan erman. The investigatorsI included FBI agent detailed from the FBI-MPD Col9 Case 
Homicide Squad Washingtonr D.C.; investigator who also had 
extensive homicide experience 
detective with the Metropolitan Police Department Washington, D.C., for over 
years; and two other OIC investigators who had experience FBI agents investigating the murders federal officials and other 
homicides. The OIC legal staff Washington, D.C., and LittleI Rock, Arkansas assessing the evidence, examining 
participated the analyses' and conclusions 'the OIC experts and  
investigators, and preparing this report. The autopsy report an the eports .of the pathologists 
retained the OIC andMr. Fiske1s Office demonstrate that the 
 	cause death was gunshot wound through the back Mr. 
Foster's outh and out the back his head. The autopsy 
photographs depict the wound the back the head, and the photographs 
show the trajectory 'rod through the wound. The evidence,including the photographic evidence, reveals other
trauma wounds Mr. Foster's body. 
The available evidence points clearly suicide the 

That conclusion based the evidence 
gathered and the analyses performed during previous investigations, 
performed during Dr. Lee, Dr. 
 

and the additional evidence gathered and analyses the OIC investigation, including the evaluations Blackbourne, Dr. Berman, and the 

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EXHIBIT4 HRG. 104-869, Vor.. IlI 
INVESTIGATION WHITEWATER 
DEVELOPMENT CORPORATION 
AND RELATED MATIERS. 

DEPOSITIONS 
.BEFORE THE 
SPECIAL COMMITTEE INVESTIGATE 
WHITEWATER DEVELOPMENT CORPORATION 
Al'ID RELATED MATTERS 

ADMINISTERED THE 
CO:MMITTEE 
BALf.KING, HOUSING, .AJ.'ID URBAlT .i.F AIRS 
UNITED STATES SENATE 

ONE HUNDRED FOURTH CONGRESS 
FIRST SESSION 
 
VOLUME III 
THE INQUIRY INTO WHETHER. IMPROPER CONDUCT OCCURRED REGARDING THE WAY WHICH HOUSE OFFICIALS HANDLED DOCUMENTS THE OFFICE HOUSE DEPUTY COUNSEL VINCENT FOSTER, JR., FOLLOWING DEATH   -!"" 

.
JUNE.19, 20,. 21;. 22, 23, 26, .AND" 27, 1995 

Printed for the the Committee Banking, Housing, and Urban Affairs 
use 
U.S. GOVERNMENT PRINTING OFFICE WASHINGTON 1997
U-373 
For s:tle the US. Ouvemmenc Priming Office 
Supcrinccndcnt ofDocumcnts. Cangressiomil Sales Office, Wasbington. 20402 
ISBN 0160552028 ... 
DEPOSITION DEBORAH GORHAM RE: S.' RES. 120 

MONDAY, J1JNE 26, 1995 
U.S. SENATE
COMMI'ITEE BANKING, HOUSING, AND URBAN AFFAlRS, SPECIAL COMMI'ITEE TNvESTIGATE WHITEWATER 
DEVELOPMENT CORPORATION AND RELATED MATTERS, 
Washington, DC. Deposition DEBORAH GORHAM, called for
amination pursuant notice deposition, 9:55 a.m. Room 640-A the Hart Senate Office Building, before JULIE BAKER, Notary Public within and for the District Columbia, when were 
present: 
EVERETI' JOH:NSON, JR., EsQ. 
Majority Deputy Special Counsel NEAL KR.A VITZ, EsQ. Minority Principal Deputy Special Counsel 
GLENN IVEY, EsQ. 
Minority Counsel 
U.S. Senate Committee Banking, Housing, and Urban Affairs 534 Dirksen Building Washington, 20510 behalf the Committee. 
DAVID MILLS, EsQ. 
SCO'IT DAILARD, ESQ. 
Dow, Lohnes Albertson 

1255 Twenty-Third Street, 
Washington, 20037 behalf the Deponent. 

ALSO PRESENT: VINCENZO DELEO



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